The Pink Floyd Sound

Friday, 29 July 2011, 20:25 | Category : Pink Floyd
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The best British psych band of all time? Probably. The Strange Brew pays tribute to Syd Barrett, David Gilmour, Nick Mason, Roger Waters and Richard Wright. Hear rarities, amazing covers, productions and side projects from Pink Floyd: Architectural Abdabs – Lucy Lea (In Blue Tight) (AKA Lucy Leave) (Untitled, Sonic Book, 1996 rec 1966) The […]

Beaulieu Porch

Saturday, 23 July 2011, 14:35 | Category : Reviews
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Very rarely do we hear new music that is comparable to the beauty, invention and ambition of the psychedelic peak of 1967. However, Beaulieu Porch’s latest seven inch (The Colour 55 c/w Navy Blue) released on Peppermint Hill shines brightly in this company.  The Colour 55’s ethereal introduction feels like an long lost out-take from Mercury Rev’s […]

Like The Strange Brew Podcast on Facebook

Thursday, 14 July 2011, 20:20 | Category : News
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Find out the latest news on the Strange Brew Podcast on our newly launched Facebook site and share music and ideas on British rock and Pop from the Sixties and Seventies. Just go to http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Strange-Brew-Podcast/129555910461013 or put “The Strange Brew Podcast” into the Search section and “Like Us”

Psych legends July live

Sunday, 10 July 2011, 15:33 | Category : Live
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Following a sensational gig in May, Psychedelic legends July (and Strange Brew favourites) are playing more shows including the following London concert: More information can be found at: http://www.facebook.com/pages/JULY/239366944425 http://www.newuntouchables.com/nuts_home.html You can still read, and hear, the band’s full story in these two Strange Brew July features: http://thestrangebrew.co.uk/articles/july-magical-days-part-1 http://thestrangebrew.co.uk/http:/thestrangebrew.co.uk/julyconnection

Merseybeat Sunset

1966 is understood to be the year when Merseybeat era ground to a halt. A time when the chart hits dried up and bands that were hot a few years before became anachronisms compared with new more progressive psych sounds from London. But what really happened? In fact what we saw was Mersey acts regroup […]